UI Post-UTME Screening Schedule 2020/2021 [UPDATED]

University Ibadan (UI) Post-UTME Computer Based Test (CBT) Screening Dates, Time and Venue - How to Reprint UI Post-UTME Photocard for Specific Screening Schedule for 2020/2021 Academic Session - UI Post-UTME CBT Screening Date, Time and Venue and Steps to Reprint UI Photocard.

This is to inform the general public and especially candidates that registered for the University Ibadan (UI) 2020/2021 academic session post UTME screening exercise that the institution has fixed the date for the post-utme cbt screening exercise.


UI Post-UTME CBT Screening Dates, Time and Venue 2020/2021 | How to Reprint Your Photocard Online

UI Post-UTME test for Prospective candidates who have successfully completed their biodata on the website of the University of Ibadan will be coming up from Tuesday, 06 April to Saturday, 10 April, 2021.

Prospective UI Post -UTME candidates are advised to log on to www.admissions.ui.edu.ng to print their photocard.

 
Candidates photo card contains the following:
1. JAMB Details;
2. Pictures;
3. Date, Time and Venue for Screening
4. Subjects for Screening
5. Gender
6. Faculty Applied To
7. Department Applied To e.t.c

Steps to Reprint UI Post UTME Screening Photocard Online.

  1. Kindly log on to UI Post UTME Screening Portal via admissions.ui.edu.ng
  2. Enter your username and password in the space provided.
    • Your Username is your Jamb Registration Number eg 33333333UI
    • Your Password is your Surname at first login eg Ajamu. Do not use hyphen in your compound names
  3. Once logged in, scroll down and you will see your screening date. Below your date you will see Click here to print your photocard. Click on it and your photocard containing your exam venue, time, seat number and other relevant details will show up.

 

Other Information.

You are requested to come to the examination venue with the following:

  • HB pencil and eraser. 
  • A CBT access fee of N1,000.00 will be paid for the screening.

NOTE:
  • Calculators, mobile phones, and any other electronic devices are not allowed in the examination hall.
  • All forms of Examination Malpractice is not tolerated by the University.

CANDIDATES ARE ADVISED TO BEWARE OF FRAUDSTERS WHO MAY REQUEST THEM TO PAY ANY AMOUNT FOR THE PURPOSE OF ASSISTING THEM FOR ADMISSION.

ANYBODY WHO FALLS VICTIM DOES SO AT HIS/HER OWN RISK.